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I do not know.
But unless you know a great deal about orchid care, I would not get one, they are pretty delicate and require very precise conditions.
I have grown orchids for a long time now and my cat Trouble loves to play with and bite them even eat the leaves and the whole plant.
and she is healthy and not hurt by my orchids.
I can't say the same for my orchids.
She even takes the bark out of them and runs around the house of it.
I have never had a problem with my cats and my orchids.
Trouble even has her only plant to love and beat up but she still plays with them all.
So if you want an orchid I would get one just use a little common seen.
This orchid is toxic to cats:
Common names: Frangapani, Padoga Tree, Plumeria Orchids
Signs of toxicity
Skin: Skin irritation, rash, dermatitis.
Gastrointestinal: Gastrointestinal irritant.
Toxic part: The entire plant; especially the sap.
They are from Hawaii and have to be shipped in to the USA and other places.